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Tuning Into What You Truly Want In A Relationship

By |2024-02-22T01:43:02+00:00February 11th, 2024|Categories: Couples Counseling|

Few things are as exhilarating and, sometimes, as challenging as navigating the terrain of relationships. Whether you're single, dating, or in a committed partnership, understanding what you truly want from a relationship is key to finding fulfillment and building meaningful connections.

Time to Fix Your Most Important Relationship!

By |2023-12-12T17:22:49+00:00January 16th, 2019|Categories: Couples Counseling|

The time has come to to take action!  A serious relationship needs your immediate attention.   A connection is gasping for air... A marriage with poor communication or disconnection?  The bad relationship you have with your teen? A hit or miss relationship with the Divine Being? No. No. And a resounding No!   Why these relationships [...]

A Crazy Dream, a Grieving Widow, and a Little Lesson about Change for You

By |2023-12-12T17:24:02+00:00October 23rd, 2015|Categories: Couples Counseling|

Last night, I had a crazy dream. But NOT “about a chick in a black bikini”.   Remember “Chicka-boom, chicka-boom, chicka-boom-boom-boom”? Anyway, my dream was about the man who had exited my life via cardiac arrest last winter. Since then, I’ve been surfing the waves of grief, learning to navigate its emotional highs and lows. Let’s [...]

The REAL Enemy of Your Relationship!

By |2023-12-12T17:24:26+00:00August 20th, 2015|Categories: Couples Counseling|

Nobody warns you about it when you make that big commitment.  And years later – when the proverbial  you-know-what hits the fan – mum’s the word. Friends.  Family.  Mentors.  They all dropped the ball on this one.  Meanwhile your Real Relationship Enemy lurks, silently weaving it’s dark disaster. But it’s not what you might think …. [...]

What My Husband’s Death Taught Me about Marriage

By |2023-12-12T17:24:52+00:00February 23rd, 2015|Categories: Couples Counseling|

After 27 years of marriage, my husband died unexpectedly while lifting weights on a Friday morning. The moment I found his unresponsive body, chaos entered my life. At the hospital, my son and I sat in a private waiting room.  When three medical professionals entered, I knew he was gone. But since he died, I’ve learned [...]

Forget New Year’s Resolutions: An Exit Interview for the Old Year

By |2023-12-12T17:25:15+00:00January 1st, 2015|Categories: Couples Counseling|

Here we are at another milestone.  Fireworks at the ready.  Party clothes on. Champagne corked. Eyes glued to the big ball. Helpful people have already inquired about our New Year’s Resolutions: “Do you have any? What are they?” Blah, blah, blah. In my humble opinion, these are the wrong questions.  Before we think up any resolutions (or [...]

How to Not Only Survive, but Thrive with Your Dysfunctional Family THIS Holiday!

By |2023-12-12T17:25:57+00:00December 18th, 2014|Categories: Couples Counseling|

Here we are, one week from Christmas.  And you and I are in the same boat – anticipating another dysfunctional family holiday. By this point, we sing Christmas songs in our sleep.  Sit frustrated in unexplained traffic jams, after hours of holiday shopping. Or perhaps we overdose on sappy holiday movies from the Hallmark Channel.  You know what [...]

Vacation Wisdom for Emotional Storms

By |2023-12-12T17:26:06+00:00August 14th, 2014|Categories: Couples Counseling|

I approached this year’s vacation much like I prepared for my wedding – with visions of undiluted happiness spinning in my head.  But after arriving at midnight, I woke up in Vacation Heaven to raging winds, and a stormy sea.  Lake Michigan was unsafe for small vessels and open water swimming.  And strangely, it reminded me [...]

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